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June is survived by, her daughter, Carthage professor Marilyn Ward. In accordance with Junes wishes, private services were held. In lieu of flowers, memorials to the Carthage College Center for Children's Literature would be greatly appreciated. Susanne I. Susanne was born in Kassel, Germany, into a U. She then lived, traveled extensively and attended schools around the U.

Susanne married Charles Chuck P. Susanne received her B. While working with senior citizens, she served as a member of the National Senior Games Board and conducted the El Paso Senior Olympics as part of her duties. The couple moved to Salem, Wisconsin in to be closer to her family members and she served as development director at the Shalom Center for five years. While there, her presence will always be characterized by her tireless drive to create a pleasant, nurturing workplace and healthy organization.

She wrote incalculable, successful grant awards and organized innumerable fund raising activities, all to benefit the homeless and displaced in Kenosha her interpersonal and organizational skills are unmatched. She was thrilled to pursue postgraduate study and received her M. After completing her master's Degree, Susanne was led and answered the call into ministry, where she served as a pastor with the United Methodist Church in the Northern Illinois Conference. She deeply cherished her ministry professional development experience as she participated in her Course of Study cohort at Garrett Evangelical Theological Seminary, on the campus of Northwestern University in Evanston, Ill.

She was assigned as pastor to the churches in Capron and Chemung, Ill. Her honesty and loving heart enabled them to build strong spiritual foundations and connections in the local and neighboring communities, which are located between Harvard and Rockford, Ill. Susanne's greatest passion was serving the Lord through caring for people, and had a gift for making them feel loved and good about themselves. She preached the Word with honesty and joy - her faith message came from the heart.

She loved to travel, visit the ocean-side at Cape Cod, read mysteries especially Agatha Christie and she enjoyed watching classic movies and her beloved companion Dachshunds. As if serving the community professionally wasnt enough, she continued to give back through her enthusiastic involvement in local performing arts, as a member of Radio Girl Audio Productions, in many old time radio theater performances, all staged and broadcast live in a number of local venues, complete with period accurate costumes, sound effects and props.

She will be most often remembered as a widely respected, compassionate community leader and for the joyful spirit she brought to everyone with whom she came in contact. Pastor Susanne enters His halls as a good and faithful servant after a joyous life of obedient, spirit-filled service, despite a courageous 26 year struggle with metastatic breast cancer she had cancer, it did not have her. Additionally, she will be deeply missed by her nephews, Alex, Sam and Nick and her niece, Grace, and many aunts, uncles and friends across the United States and around the world.

Armour T. Beckstrand — Rockford, Ill. He was born Feb. Garfield and Agnes Anderson Beckstrand. He graduated from East High School in Navy, stationed in San Diego. He married Elizabeth ""Betsy"" Broders on Oct. He and Jan Sandahl were married on April 25, While in Washington, he became the youngest attorney to appeal and win a case before the United States Supreme Court.

He was later a partner with Beckstrand, Ritz, and Wahm in , and went on to form his own private practice in the former Amcore Bank building. Above all else, his greatest joy in life was his family. Some of his happiest times were spent with his children, grandchildren, and friends at his cabin along the Rock River and at Stony Lake in Shelby, Mich. Armour's love of family and friends led to countless hours of philanthropic law counseling. Armour was most admired for his unforgettable sense of humor and his extraordinary love of life and the people he shared it with.

Katherine Beckstrand of Eugene, Ore. Bailey Dr. Robert Dorothy Beckstrand of Stoughton, Wis. He was predeceased by his brother, O. Garfield Beckstrand II. Submitted: July 22, Amos Coffman , Jr. Coffman was born Aug. While at Michigan, he was an editor of the Law Review. Coffman was an attorney in Chicago for more than 45 years. Coffman had two sons, A. He is also survived by his first wife, Gretchen S. Submitted: August 30, Theodora B. Felkey — Mesa, Ariz. She taught speech in Halfa, Iowa, and sixth-grade and speech in Swea City.

On June 21, , she married Merle F. Felkey of Red Wing, Minn. He preceded her in death on Oct. Theo moved to Kenosha, where her parents and two sisters lived, when Merle was drafted into the Army on Jan. She worked at Nash Kalvinator. Theo was a member of Grace Lutheran Church. She taught Sunday school and Bible school.

She was a member and president of Lutheran Church Women, Esther Group, served on the church council and served on the social ministry committee. She also sewed quilts for Dorcus. Theo was also a member of Gideons International. Theo was an excellent homemaker while her children were growing up.

When they went to college, Theo taught Head Start in the Kenosha School District while taking classes at Carthage College to renew her teaching license. Submitted: May 13, Marlin Long — Carthage, Ill. Born June 27, , in Beardstown, Ill. He started by running the Carthage College cafeteria from to In , he graduated from Carthage High School. He was preceded in death by his parents and one infant sister. Arthur K. A retired major in the U. Army, he was born on Dec. He was united in marriage to Lucy E. Kitchen on Nov. She preceded him in death on Sept.

He was also preceded in death by his parents and a sister. He is survived by two sons: Sheldon and wife Diane of Ebensburg, Penn. He was discharged in January He enlisted in the United States Army in June He retired from military service in July after 20 years of service. After retiring from the military service he worked for the Boy Scouts of America. He was elected mayor of the City of Bevier and served for two terms. He moved back to the Kenosha Area in May Mary T. DiCello — Kenosha, Wis.

She was a lifelong resident of Kenosha who was a cook at Carthage from until her retirement in She is survived by a son, Anthony T. She was preceded in death by her husband, Gabriel, on Jan. Submitted: December 21, Henry L. He was born on May 24th, in Elkhorn, WI. He was a proud graduate of Carthage College in He also helped with the football program for many years at Carthage. He loved his family and especially his grandchildren.

Henry's three sons are all graduates of Carthage, Hank, Jacob, and Kurt. Submitted: November 18, She was born Aug. She graduated from Alden Hebron High School. Cyndi went on to earn a paralegal certificate from Carthage College. As a young girl growing up on a farm, Cyndi dreamed of becoming a nurse. She fulfilled her dream when she became an at home visiting nurse. A true "Florence Nightingale," Cyndi had such a desire to help people, that she worked as nurse as long as her health allowed, and later helped anyone else who needed something- especially those in need of clothes, food or consoling.

Cynthia was a multi-faceted woman with many talents, passions, and careers throughout her life. Cynthia loved the outdoors and cultivated a beautiful garden with her friend, Joy. They grew all varieties of flowers, vegetables, and fruits, and canned some of their harvest. She also enjoyed bird watching. Not just a "green thumb," Cyndi was a member of HOG - Harley Owner Group-and even took her Westie, Jake, camping with her riding friends even when she could no longer ride.

Cynthia was a strong-willed fighter who never complained, even as her health failed. Her family will remember her undefeatable spirit and all of the love that she gave them. Submitted: October 7, Mary A. Growing up in Rockford and graduating from Roosevelt High School in After two years of attendance at Carthage College, she married David K. Billstrand on July 27, , in St. Peter's Catholic Church, Rockford. A person of many interests, Mary was known for her talent as an interior decorator, an excellent cook, and avid reader and above all her devotion to her family.

An awesome friend of many she believed in helping people in any way she could. A great humanitarian she believed in the healing power of the natural arts. Survivors include her husband, Dr. David K. She was preceded in death by son, Adrian, on July 1, Submitted: April 30, Kim loved kids. When she was young, she worked as a park leader at several parks in Racine.

She had been the principal of S. Johnson Elementary School from until last fall, and it was clear to everyone who knew her that this work was her calling. She had a passion for her students, their families and her staff. She positively impacted countless lives and was loved and admired in ways words could not express.

She truly treasured the countless friendships she made during that time. Kim loved spending time with her grandsons, family and friends. She loved gardening, writing, going to Potawatomi, listening to live music and dancing with Dan.


Kim had a love for dogs; most recently, her heart belonged to her bearded collie, Buddy. Kim was kind, smart, funny, generous and beautiful inside and out. Her smile would light up a room. She took chances on people and saw the best in everyone. She was looking forward to meeting Harry Chapin and Prince in Heaven. Kim wanted to be remembered for believing in each of you. She will be missed tremendously. Born in Kenosha on March 13, , she was the daughter of Thomas C.

Korb Frye. A lifelong resident of Kenosha, she was educated in local schools graduating from Reuther High School and then from Carthage. Gayle was a case manager with Wisconsin Correctional Services and enjoyed spending time with her family and friends. She was preceded in death by her father, Thomas Frye.

In lieu of flowers, memorials to the family would be greatly appreciated. Submitted: November 23, Geoffrey R. Iron, Minnesota from birth to 8th grade. He then moved with his family to Richland, Washington where he attended ninth grade. Geoff attended college at Mesabi College and St. Geoff loved God, loved his family, and was loved by everyone around him.

His big smile lit up the room when he came in. He had a wonderful sense of humor.

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He coached his son Dylan's little league baseball and basketball teams in Hayden. He and his children shared a love of sports and gave his all to be there every minute and cheer them on. He loved music Pearl Jam but most of all he loved his wife Lauren and 4 little ones. Geoff is survived by his wife Lauren, and his precious children: Josselyn 10 , Dylan 8 , Marly 5 and Cody 3. Iron, Minnesota. Submitted: May 28, David R. Gross; nephew, cousin, and friend of many. She was born on June 22, in Fort Wayne, Indiana. She was preceded in death by her grandparents, Arthur Lea, Albert P. Submitted: April 9, Justin was an assistant swimming and diving coach at Colgate University.

Among his duties at Colgate, Jennings helped with recruiting efforts and athletes in long distance events. Jennings joined Colgate as an assistant coach Before joining Colgate's staff, he spent eight seasons as Coe College 's head men's and women's coach in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Jennings, an Indiana native who was a four-year member of the Wisconsin-Oshkosh swimming and diving team, started his coaching career at Carthage College.

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Submitted: May 3, Leslie was lovingly cared for at home by her husband of 50 years, Drew Sobota. A teacher for many years, Leslie will be remembered for her love of her students, and her sense of joy both in and out of the classroom. Apart from her family and her students, Leslie 's great love was for the Racine Theatre Guild, where she was an active volunteer for almost 40 years, acting in over a dozen plays.

Since being diagnosed with ALS in Leslie was committed to living life as fully as possible, checking off experiences on her bucket list such as flying a plane, skydiving, target shooting, and travel. She and Drew fulfilled a lifetime dream of visiting Europe and took the extended family on a Disney cruise that the grandchildren in particular will never forget. Leslie is survived by her husband Drew Sobota , her children Amy Sobota and Scott Sobota Galabota, 4 grandchildren, numerous cousins and friends. Submitted: March 27, Mulford Road. Hoskinson is survived by two young daughters.

Submitted: May 29, Vicki J. She was born in Kenosha on January 4, the daughter of Darryl B. Vicki was especially proud of the fact that she graduated with honors from Carthage College. She lived life to the fullest and enjoyed everything and everybody. Her nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends also survive her. She married Marvin E. Andersen on June 1, and celebrated 44 years of marriage. He preceded her in death on September 16, Donna was a graduate of Racine Lutheran High School. She was also a Longaberger consultant for many years.

Donna was a long standing member of Grace Lutheran Church where she enjoyed singing in the Choir, attending Bible study and was a member of the Alter Guild. Donna loved her dog, Beau, but most of all she loved her children and grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her father. Luke's Medical Center in Milwaukee. Robert considered NaDean his Trophy Wife. NaDean was educated in the schools of Kenosha and earned a double bachelor's degree from Carthage College. She was a member of Journey Church and The Gideons. Her hobbies included swimming, scrapbooking, making cards, watching and ordering from QVC, spending time with her family especially her two daughters and her dog, "Snowflake Paige.

Schwartz; and her two sisters, Brook R. Darren Gorr. NaDean was preceded in death by her grandparents. Submitted: August 31, Born in Hillsboro, Ill. He moved to Somers, Wis. On Oct. Antes in Somers. Gary was formerly employed with J. Case for 20 years before becoming a probation and parole officer for the State of Wisconsin. He retired from that in He was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Parish in Racine and was an avid outdoorsman, enjoying hunting and collecting guns.

Most of all, he enjoyed his grandchildren. Gary had a wonderful sense of humor and his family and friends will cherish his memory. Gary is further survived by the many foster children he and his wife took care of over the years. He was preceded in death by his father, Ralph Smith; and a nephew, Joshua Lang. Roland D.

He played football in high school and college. Roland also was active with the Boy Scouts throughout Wisconsin. He had been a member of the Racine Country Club for many years. Roland enjoyed golf, model trains and riding his Harley. Roland was preceded in death by his parents and a brother, Richard. She married her husband Ben, August 14, in Minnesota. Heather and Ben made East Troy their home in She loved read, travel and also loved her pets. She loved watching the Minnestoa Twins baseball, but most rewarding was watching her daughter Chloe play softball and basketball.

She is survived by her loving husband Ben. Cherished daughter: Chloe. Parents: Les and Diane. Aunts, uncles, other relatives and many friends also survive her. Submitted: January 16, Lisa M. Johnson — Pleasant Prairie, Wis. She moved to Kenosha in She was starting setter for the Carthage College volleyball team, enjoyed playing sand volleyball, kayaking, running and reading, but most importantly spending time with her sons.

She loved attending their events. She was preceded in death by her mother-in-law, Karen Johnson. Colleen M. Colleen was born in Viroqua, Wis. She had excellent culinary skills and a passion for reading, traveling, the outdoors and taking long walks. Submitted: October 6, Jean was born on Sept.

Brown and James W. Harris Sr. Jean attended UW-Parkside as a Paralegal major. She also attended Carthage as a Criminal Justice major where she received her degree in Paralegal Studies. She was also the 1st runner up for Alderman and Constable in Kenosha, Wis.

Jean dedicated her life to helping others, she also worked as an advocate for abused women at the Women's Horizon Center in Kenosha, Wis. Jean is survived by her brothers, James W. Harris Jr Sheila , Lucian C.

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Brown Jr, David E. Brown Sr. Satyre , Audrian S. Brown Cynthia. Her children, Rachael O. Sims Scott , and Michelle O. As well as a host of nieces, nephews, and other family members She is preceded in death by her son Martin O. Harris and brother Winston D. Her parents Mildred D.

Her stepfather Lucian C. Submitted: January 25, Daniel had cerebral palsy, and, in spite of this significant disability, lived an amazingly full life. He is survived by his parents and his brother and sister, Ethan and Katy. Kelly Sue Butzen — Elkhorn, Wis. She was born June 4, , in Elkhorn, Wis. Kelly graduated from Elkhorn High School with the Class of She then graduated from Carthage in , and obtained her master's degree in education in Kelly also worked with her friends at the Apple Barn Orchard of Elkhorn. Kelly was united in marriage to Robert D.

She enjoyed playing volleyball and scrapbooking with friends, but her greatest joy was having Disney experiences; she truly loved her trips to Disney World with her husband and friends. She was preceded in death by her father, Leslie; and her sister, Kristi. She received her early education in the schools in Pleasant Prairie and was a graduate of Tremper High School. Their union was blessed with a beautiful daughter. She was employed and retired as a teacher from the Kenosha Unified School District.

Previously, for 11 years, she was a Postal Clerk with the U. Ruhle-Peterson was a member of St. Mark the Evangelist Catholic Church. In her younger years, she was a member of the Shoreliners and Queensmen Drum and Bugle Corps and extensively traveled with them throughout the United States. She was an avid reader, enjoyed playing the piano and traveling. She was very close to her family and looked forward to spending time with them. She loved to attend her daughter and her granddaughters many events. Her biggest joy in life was making many lasting memories with her family.

She was preceded in death by her parents; her grandparents; and her many aunts and uncles. Submitted: June 13, Christopher W. He was employed with CDW as a website integration specialist and enjoyed watching, participating and organizing pools for sporting events. Beloved husband of Anne C. Hayes, nee Attardo and loving father of Zofia Samantha Hayes. Dear son of Halina and Gordon Engelbach.

Cherished grandson of Zofia Iwaniuk. Loving uncle to Liam, Teaghan, and Ethan, who is also his Godson. Hayes Sr. Submitted: July 11, Loving husband of Nicole, proud father of Alex, Ben and Grace. Dear brother of Kim Gus Powell. Further survived by other relatives and many friends.

Patrick was the proud owner of Heitman Inc. Submitted: August 29, Dean Knudtson — Racine, Wis. He was born in Racine on Nov. Dean graduated from Case High School and received his bachelor's degree from Carthage. Born Aug. Paula was an active member of St. Bede Church, a graduate of St. Her work experiences included working for her father's printing business, Lee Litho Co. She was one of eight children and considered "the hub" of the Neuroth family - keeping everyone informed and connected. Family and friendship were integral to her personality; fun, bright and full of energy, she touched the lives of many throughout the community, volunteering for service with the Visiting Angels program, Cub Scouts, and church activities.

Paula had a knack for gardening, and considered pulling weeds good therapy for the soul. Other interests included badminton, the arts, reading and capturing memories in her journals. A love for motorcycling to the local area back roads with her dear friend Dave, she captured photos of majestic oak trees and dairy barns of early settlers. On Independence Day, you would find her wearing the special striped America slacks. Paula was the anchor in the relationship with her son, one who made her extremely proud and provided a direction for each their lives. She advocated for peace in the world so that they may not know the injustices of conflict.

She is survived by her son Craig Brooke and her grandchildren, Chase and Stella. She was preceded in death by her brother Thomas. Bradley C. White — Beverly Hills, Calif. He was a cancer victim who valiantly battled for life following surgery in June His adventures included travels to over countries in a life filled with pursuits, and which he lived to the fullest.

Many of his travels were conducted as part of his career as a pilot, most recently serving in a non-military capacity in Afghanistan. He also flew in a similar capacity in Colombia; Darfur, Sudan; and the Philippines. Bradley's flying career began in Alaska, where he flew single-engine prop planes, later as a medic in small jets and finally in C planes, designed for carrying cargo. He then worked as a bartender in Chicago's DePaul neighborhood, then as a silk screener of clothing near Denver before enrolling in flight school in Oklahoma and beginning his career as a pilot in Alaska.

He appeared on Smithsonian Channel's "Dangerous Flights" series, the second of which will be seen soon in this country. He is survived by his brother, Donald J. White, sister-in-law Amy C. White of Palatine, his father Pierce F. White, stepmother Margaret E. White of St. Charles, step-brother Nathan Green of Chicago, nine cousins in Rockford, Elgin and Wisconsin, four aunts and four uncles. Her family grew by births and adoptions to more than 15 grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. Ann was born in Somers, Wis. The Thomas family farm was located where UW-Parkside sits today. Renee Ellmers.

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    If con- victed, Reeves could face a mandatory minimum sentence of 25 years in prison. Oulson's wife, who po- lice say was shot in the hand, was in the court Wednesday, but she didn't speak. Reeves sat quietly at the defense table, flanked by two of his attorneys. He wore khaki pants, a white shirt and a burgundy sweater vest. He was not shackled and had the least restrictive constraints the court allows for a defen- dant something a Pasco County sheriff's deputy told the judge his agency disagreed with. Reeves' attorney Richard Escobar had called four character wit- nesses as of early after- noon.

    All said Reeves was a competent police officer who rarely, if ever, became angry Reeves' daughter, Jen- nifer Shaw, tearfully testi- fied about how her father played with her 2-year-old daughter. Shaw said she lived with her father and mother who have been married for 46 years be- cause she is going through a divorce. She said Reeves was the first person she called about the divorce. Shaw told the court that she and her family are prepared to put the Reeves' home up as col- lateral for the bond.

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    Surviv- ing are her son, William H. Ledford of Simpsonville, SC. Jones, 69, In- verness, Fla. Services will be at p. Friday, Feb. Davis Funeral Home with Crematory, Inverness. Former bandmate Colin Leslie said the singer died Sunday in Orlando a week after he was released from a hospital following cancer treatment. The next year, the band released "96 Degrees in the Shade," one of its most popular al- bums. The group was signed to Island Records and had hits on British and U. Bunny had a great voice, something even Ste- vie Wonder admired," Leslie said.

    Clarke and Third World were known for seamlessly fusing reggae with soul and pop music, something they were occasionally criticized for by reggae purists. In a interview with Billboard magazine, he described the band's identity this way: "Strictly a reggae band, no.

    Defi- nitely a reggae band, yes. He had a charisma and stage presence that was spellbinding with a smile that was vibrant" Clarke is survived by his wife and eight children. And she used it. The avid arts advocate lobbied Congress and the states for more spending on arts programs, and she traveled frequently to mu- seums, theaters and artists' studios on the ad- ministration's behalf.

    She was so passionate that she earned the nickname "Joan of Art" and, in the process of pushing her cause, transformed the role of the second lady As Carter's No. It was natural that his wife would do the same for her role. Vice presidential aide Al Eisele once said of his boss: "It was important to him that Joan not just be the vice president's wife, but his partner" Joan Mondale, herself an avid potter, died Mon- day afternoon with her husband, sons Ted and William, and other family members by her side, the family said in a statement She was The family had an- nounced Sunday that she had gone into hospice care, but declined to dis- cuss her illness.

    Walter Mondale, then a Democratic senator from Minnesota, was elected Carter's vice president in Soon after, Carter named Joan Mondale hon- orary chairwoman of the Federal Council on the Arts and Humanities, and she used that role to push for arts programs on the administration's behalf. She also showcased the work of prominent artists in the vice presidential residence, including pho- tographer Ansel Adams, sculptor David Smith and painter Georgia O'Keeffe. Joan Mondale would later take her cultural zeal overseas when her hus- band was named U.

    During her husband's ambassadorship, Joan Mondale relished the chance to study Japanese art and give dignitaries clay pots she made as gifts. In her book, "Politics in Art," Joan Mondale framed a connection be- tween the two. Often we need to be re- minded of our duty as citi- zens," she wrote. He was He was calm, rational, sensible," Arngrim said. Bull played opposite his wife of 65 years, actress Barbara Col- lentine, in several projects.

    Dean Butler, who played Almanzo James Wilder on the to NBC se- ries inspired by Laura In- galls Wilder's novels about her 19th-century prairie family's life, recalled his friend. Good- bye Richard working with you was such a joy but nearly as joyful as being your friend. After Bull's death, Col- lentine and MacGregor had dinner together Mon- day night and agreed "they had both lost a wonderful husband," Butler said. The City has adopted an anti-displacement and relocation plan.

    The City will assist displaced persons, if any, with grant funds, as indicated in the budget and policy. The City will conduct a public hearing to provide citizens an opportunity to comment on the application on February 18, at p. For more information concerning this meeting, contact Dale Maim, Community Development Director at A copy of the draft application is available for review at City Hall between the hours of a.

    A copy of the draft application will also be available upon request. The City intends to submit the application to the State on or before March 12, A final copy of the application will be made available at City at the address shown above Monday through Friday between the hours of a. To obtain additional information concerning the application and the Public Hearing, or to schedule a time to review the application contact Mr. Maim at the phone number above.

    The public hearing is being conducted in a handicapped accessible location. Any handicapped person requiring an interpreter for the hearing impaired or the visually impaired should contact Mr. Maim at the phone number listed above to arrange for an interpreter. Any non-English speaking person wishing to attend the public hearing should also contact Mr. The disclosures will be made available by the City and DEO for public inspection upon request. These disclosures will be available for a minimum period of six years. Other Government federal, state, and local assistance to the project in the form of a gift, grant, loan, guarantee, insurance payment, rebate, subsidy, credit, tax benefit, or any other form of direct or indirect benefit by source and amount; 2.

    The identities and pecuniary interests of all developers, contractors, or consultants involved in the application for assistance or in the planning or development of the project or activity; 3. For those developers, contractors, consultants, property owners, or others listed in two 2 or three 3 above which are corporations, or other entities, the identification and pecuniary interests by corporation or entity of each officer, director, principal stockholders, or other official of the entity; 5.

    The expected sources of all funds to be provided to the project by each of the providers of those funds and the amount provided; and 6. The expected uses of all funds by activity and amount. No bond. Alice Matson, 46, of In- verness, at a. Bond was denied. Accord- ing to his arrest affidavit, Chandler is accused of inter- acting with a physical educa- tion class on the campus of Citrus High School when he was not a student and not ap- proved to be on the property.

    He had been previously tres- passed from the school cam- pus in August of Teresa Montag, 22, of Parkside Avenue, Inverness, at a. Bobby Avery, 43, of Adel- phi Street, Inverness, at p. Ac- cording to her arrest affidavit, Mercado was involved in a hit- and-run crash in Dunnellon then got into a verbal dispute with the passenger of her vehi- cle approximately four houses down from where the accident occurred.

    She was reportedly uncooperative with law en- forcement during the question- ing and subsequent arrest. Jestine Pudlo, 18, of Crystal River, at p. Bashon Lewis, 23, of Crystal River, at p. Ac- cording to his arrest affidavit, Monroe is accused of punching the victim in the face and push- ing the victim in the chest at the VFW in Inverness.

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    He was re- portedly having a verbal dis- agreement with the victim, which turned into a physical al- tercation. Friday, Jan. Fern Place, Homosassa. SA vehicle burglary was re- ported at p. Sorrento Drive, Dunnellon. A residential burglary was reported at p. Bob White Drive, Homosassa. Gardenia Drive, Dunnellon. A commercial burglary was reported at a. Sun- day, Feb. A residential burglary was reported at a. Loni Ter- race, Dunnellon. Beaumont Lane, Homosassa. Bicenten- nial Park Drive, Crystal River. Lecanto Highway, Beverly Hills. Greco Ter- race, Dunnellon. SA vehicle burglary was re- ported at a.

    Tuesday, Feb. Monopoly Loop, Inverness. Wednes- day, Feb. Lee St. Thefts SA grand theft was reported at a. Grant St. SA grand theft was reported at a. Sedalia Court, Homosassa. Bedstrow Blvd. A larceny petit theft was reported at p. Van Ness Road, Hemrnando. SA grand theft was reported at p. Suncoast Blvd. Tamarind Ave. Rosedale Drive, Homosassa. Connell Lake Drive, Inverness.

    A petit theft was reported at p. Gulf-to-Lake Highway, Inverness. E A grand theft was reported at p. Gulf-to-Lake High- way, Inverness. Lecanto Highway, Lecanto. Evelyn St. A petit theft was reported at a. Sunday, Feb. Click on Offense Reports to see lists of burglary, theft and vandalism. For the Record reports are also archived on- line at www.

    A grand theft was reported at 9 a. Marylois Point, Crystal River. A grand theft was reported at a. Salmon Drive, Floral City. Santos Drive, Dunnellon. Agrand theft was reported at a. Arlington St. Gaston Terrace, Lecanto. Delta Dawn Lane, Homosassa. Vandalisms A vandalism was reported at p. Austin Drive, Dunnellon. A vandalism was reported at p. River Road, Inglis. Carl G. Rose Highway, Hernando.

    Bill targets gambling contributions Sen. Gwen Margolis, D- Miami, filed a bill Wednes- day that would restrict political contributions from the pari-mutuel industry and prevent regulators from quickly going to work for the gambling industry. The bill SB would bar people who hold pari- mutuel permits or permit ap- plicants from contributing money to the political cam- paigns of candidates for gov- ernor, state Cabinet offices and the Legislature. Also, it would place a new employ- ment restriction on officials from the Department of Busi- ness and Professional Regu- lation, which regulates the gambling industry.

    If officials leave the department, they would have to wait four years before taking jobs with the industry. In addition, the bill would prevent department officials from receiving compensation for attending or speaking at gambling-industry events. Bill backs duties for association managers Amid debate about whether unlicensed people are effectively practicing law, the House Civil Justice Sub- committee on Wednesday unanimously approved a bill PCB CJS that would add to the duties that community-association man- agers can perform. The bill comes after a standing committee of The Florida Bar has scrutinized the unlicensed practice of law and made recommenda- tions to the Florida Supreme Court.

    Organizations that represent community-associ- ation managers, who help run condominium and home- owners' associations, back the proposed bill. It would make clear that managers can do such things as deter- mining the numbers of votes needed for quorums or to approve board proposals, completing forms created by state laws or state agencies and drafting meeting notices and agendas. Supporters said it would save money if managers can provide such duties instead of paying at- torneys for the work.

    College lunches could get tax break A House Republican on Wednesday filed a proposal HB that would provide a sales-tax exemption for lunches served in colleges and universities. The bill, filed by Rep. Matt Hudson, R-Naples, would expand a sales-tax ex- emption that already applies to lunches served to students in kindergarten through 12th grade in public, parochial or non-profit schools.

    School districts could get final say on textbooks Contending that school districts have a "constitu- tional duty to decide what materials best suit their classrooms," a Senate Re- publican filed a bill HB Wednesday that would re- vamp the way textbooks and other materials are approved in Florida. Bill sponsorAlan Hays, R- Umatilla, said the proposal would eliminate the statewide adoption of text- books and other materials and give the responsibility to school districts.

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    Citrus Ave. H, rmid Zilruw Ave. CrnOuln Itiver www. Love yisin the air! Give her something she'll cherish. In a step toward that goal, Euro- pean researchers created a robotic hand that let an amputee feel differences between a bottle, a base- ball and a mandarin orange. The patient only got to experiment with the bulky prototype for a week, and it's far from the bionics of science fiction movies. But the research released Wednesday is part of a major effort to create more lifelike, and usable, prosthetics.

    But this newest experiment, published in the journal Science Trans- lational Medicine, shows Sorensen not only could tell differences in the shape and hardness of ob- jects, he also could quickly react and adjust his grasp. Scientists have made great strides in recent years in improving the dexterity of prosthetics. But the sense of touch has been a much more diffi- cult challenge. Consider: Grab some- thing and your own hand naturally grasps with just enough force to hang on.

    Users of prosthetic hands have to carefully watch every motion, judging by eye instead of touch how tightly to squeeze. The re- sults can be clumsy "You always have to look and see what's going on, so that's what is so much dif- ferent from this new hand that I tried," Sorensen, 36, said in a telephone in- terview First, doctors at Rome's Gemelli Hospital im- planted tiny electrodes in- side two nerves in the stump of Sorensen's arm.

    Those nerves normally would allow for certain sensations in a hand. When researchers zapped them with a weak electri- cal signal, Sorensen said it felt like his missing fingers were moving, showing the nerves still could relay information. Meanwhile, Micera's team put sensors on two fingers of a robotic hand, to detect information about what the artificial fingers touched. To be sure Sorensen used touch, and didn't cheat by looking or hearing telltale sounds, he wore a blindfold and headphones as Micera's team handed him different objects.

    V's Day Bouquet. A click of the wrist gets you more at www. Dow Jones industrials Close: 15, J StocksRecap Vol. DOW Util. NYSE Comp. Then back. The tentative dance amounted to little change for major U. For the week, stocks re- mained down, extending the sharp downturn for the year "We're seeing some buy- ers coming in on the weak- ness, but not enough to push the market higher," said Joe Bell, senior equity analyst with Schaeffer's Investment Research.

    Stocks were down in premarket trading and continued to slide for much of the day A survey on U. The Dow Jones indus- trial average fell 5. The Nasdaq composite dropped Investors hammered trucking company C. Robinson Worldwide, which a day earlier re- ported fourth-quarter re- sults that missed Wall Street estimates. Cerner, a health care in- formation technology provider, and cosmetics maker Estee Lauder were also among the stocks post- ing large losses.

    Markets started the week with a point drop in the Dow, triggered by disappointing news about the U. The Dow, which fell as much as points Wednes- day, ended the day down 6. A private survey on Wednesday showed that U. That's down from , in December, which was re- vised lower But it was much better than the gov- ernment's official figure of just 74, new jobs in De- cember The ADP numbers cover only private busi- nesses and often diverge from the government's more comprehensive re- port due out Friday Interestrates rlU The yield on the year Trea- sury rose to 2.

    Yields affect rates on mort- gages and other consumer loans. Most metals also gained. Gold, silver, platinum and palladium all rose. Stocks All of the major market index ended the day in the red Wednesday. Many invest are exercising caution, wai to see if the unemployment port on Friday and addition company earnings will derr state that the economic re ery is regaining its footing.

    PE Mkt. But in- vestors were looking for even more includ- bac- ing faster user growth and the company's stock dipped as much as 12 percent in after- ut hours trading Wednesday. Ad- justed earnings were 2 cents per share. Change Language. English Arabic. Important Links. Follow Us. App Download. US UK. Thank you for subscribing! Please check your email to confirm your subscription. Our Stores. Apply Filter Remove Filter Categories. Take a Hike, Teddy Roosevelt! Step into Reading KWD 3. All the latest offers delivered right to your inbox!